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Elementary forms for land surface segmentation: The theoretical basis of terrain analysis and geomorphological mapping
Abstract Land surface morphology is fundamental to geomorphological mapping and many GIS applications. Review and comparison of various approaches to segmentation of the land surface reveals commonExpand
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Late Miocene and Pliocene history of the Danube Basin: inferred from development of depositional systems and timing of sedimentary facies changes
Late Miocene and Pliocene history of the Danube Basin: inferred from development of depositional systems and timing of sedimentary facies changes The development of the northern Danube Basin (nDB)Expand
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Human induced soil erosion and gully system development in the Late Holocene and future perspectives on landscape evolution: The Myjava Hill Land, Slovakia
In humid climate zones, like Central Europe, past soil erosion and gullying are strongly connected with agricultural expansion, and extreme soil erosion events often play an important role in landExpand
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Cretaceous—Quaternary tectonic evolution of the Tatra Mts (Western Carpathians): constraints from structural, sedimentary, geomorphological, and fission track data
Abstract The Tatra Mts area, located in the northernmost part of Central Western Carpathians on the border between Slovakia and Poland, underwent a complex Alpine tectonic evolution. This studyExpand
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Third-order geomorphometric variables (derivatives): definition, computation and utilization of changes of curvatures
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Third-order geomorphometric variables (based on third derivatives of the altitudinal field) have been neglected in geomorphometry, but their application to the delimitation of surface objects will lead to their increasing significance in future. Expand
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A small-scale landslide susceptibility assessment for the territory of Western Carpathians
This study presented herein compares the bivariate and multivariate landslide susceptibility mapping methods and presents the landslide susceptibility map of the territory of Western Carpathians inExpand
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The largest prehistoric landslide in northwestern Slovakia: Chronological constraints of the Kykula long-runout landslide and related dammed lakes
Abstract This study deals with the chronology of the largest long-runout landslide in the northwesterrn part of the Western Flysch Carpathians (Kysucke Beskydy Mts, Slovakia). Despite theExpand
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A classification of geomorphometric variables
A hierarchical taxonomy of fundamental geomorphometric variables is proposed (Table 1) covering both those related to fields and those characterizing objects. The former include fieldspecific andExpand
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Neogene and Quaternary development of the Turiec Basin and landscape in its catchment: a tentative mass balance model
Neogene and Quaternary development of the Turiec Basin and landscape in its catchment: a tentative mass balance model The development of the Turiec Basin and landscape evolution in its catchment hasExpand
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Glaciation in the surroundings of Prášilské Lake (Bohemian Forest, Czech Republic)
Abstract Comprehensive geomorphological and sedimentological analyses confirmed three phases of Wurm glaciation in the surroundings of Prasilske Lake and Stara Jimka, in the Bohemian Forest (SumavaExpand
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